A historic boutique mansion with just 11 rooms and incredible architecture.
This exquisite 16th-Century mansion has been restored to its original splendour and boasts unparalled service and understated luxury. Set between Cuzco’s beautiful square and the San Blas artists’ district, Peru’s first Relais & Châteaux hotel, and one of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, retains its historic heritage without sacrificing contemporary comforts and offers sumptuous suites set around a Spanish courtyard. It was also voted one of 'The Best Hotels in the World' at the Condé Nast Traveller’s Readers’ Choice Awards 2017.
Inkaterra La Casona has an intimate and exclusive vibe, and the historic building serves as an oasis in the centre vibrant Cuzco. Delicious dishes, created with fresh and nutritious ingredients, are served in the hotel's resplendent dining room or on the charming terrace. Relax in the lounge or living room or treat yourself to a rejuvenating spa treatment.
There are just 11 luxuriously comfortable suites surrounding a beautiful internal courtyard. Each suite features heated floor, extra-large bath, a dining area with a cosy stone fireplace, and free Wi-Fi. Patio Suites are set on the first floor and overlook the central courtyard. Balcon Suites are on the second floor and feature a balcony overlooking the courtyard. Plaza Suites are set on the second floor, are stylishly adorned with original murals and overlook the Plaza Nazarenas.
In a central location on the Plaza Las Nazarenas just a few steps from the main square of Cuzco.
Good to know
• Take a half-day excursion to Cuzco’s four main ruins — Sacsayhuamán ('Satisfied Falcon', the closest to the city and most impressive), Puca Pucará ('Red Fort', a rock structure which looks pink in some lights), Qenko ('Zigzag', a large limestone structure with zigzag carvings), and Tambomachay (Cavern Lodge, commonly referred to as the Baños del Inca or Inca baths) • Go on a breathtaking horseback riding tour through Peru's Sacred Valley • Head to the spa for an Andean Hot Stone Massage, where stones from the river are bathed in warm water, anointed with your choice of fragranced oils and placed on the main energy points of your body — ideal for relaxing tired and tense muscles
*Denotes local charge